Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Adventure X 2 has been released, the follow up to Adventure X. It's a "traditional" point'n'click adventure but that's no bad thing [subbed by sadie, cynthia, eryn & flop].
point'n'clicking links a series of impossible (I swear they're impossible) mini games in this amusing plaything where you play Canada's Worst Handyman. In real life I'm obviously nothing of the sort... in real life I'm not Canadian.
Stickman Odo 1, continue to show off your point'n'click skillz in Stickman Odo 2. Hands off that [TAB] key [subbed by Ariadne].
Stickman Odo is simple. You have to point'n'click the little stickman to safety. But can you do it without pressing the [TAB] key? [subbed by Ariadne]
Save The Bird you have to... er... save the... er... bird. And that's it really. A very simple and short point'n'click game but still quite nice [subbed by Lins, hosted at DeviantArt].
Tomb of Doom is the latest point'n'click adventure from the creator of Darkness 1 and Darkness 2, but it's somewhat different from those games, but in a very nice way. It's billed as the first ever point'n'click plasticine flash game (and I certainly don't remember another, although it's not quite Wallace and Gromit). The idea of the game is to escape the tomb. Well you don't want to stop for long in a Tomb of Doom, do you? [subbed by bonman & magrat].
Dungeon Escape is weird, but great, mix of point'n'click adventure meets arcade action. The areas you need to click are highlighted, briefly, and it's down to you to click them quickly and accurately. Get it wrong, which isn't hard, at least with a laptop mouse control, and you loose a life, and you have only 3 lives to play with. Since I've had to restart a few times I've also noticed that the rooms randomize on each game so it takes quite a bit of "learning" to get it right [subbed by heather, via jayis].
Mietwagen is that you are trying to get on-line so that you can rent a car. Everyone tells me this point'n'click game is easy, but I have to confess I can't get the internet connection to work. Any ideas? And don't tell me to switch it off and on again. I tried that ;o) [subbed by johannes & lolieh88]. UPDATE: Thanks to Mystery for the updated link :)
Drunkard (Hang-over), but then again if you're drunk, or hung-over, doing anything is difficult. Even what little co-ordination you need to point'n'click is hard to muster. So, on an un-related note, since it's my birthday on Friday, don't expect much point'n'click from me on Friday and Saturday. Normal service will resume once the hangover has gone [subbed by Dr Pangloss & Will].
Mousefiles is a cheesy (geddit?) adver-game for a Swedish (although the game has Swedish and English bits) cheese based snack food. It involves a little point'n'click, but all you really need to do is investigate all the clickable areas to reveal the 6 letters of the clue word, which unlocks the (debatable) reward of opening the suitcase. Don't get cheesed off (stoppit!) though, at least the process of getting there is quite fun [via nitro].
Doraemon really is a loveable point'n'click adventure. The graphics are cute, and some of the sound effects are adorable. However having played it twice now (I got addicted), and having completed it once (thought I'd missed the sword first time round, but I'd just missed a trick and got it later), I still don't understand what it is. I'm not even sure if I could speak the language I would understand it. It's great though. It's just so surreal. Fantastic. Update: Read more about Doraemon here. Interesting.
Kitty Quest is a very simple point'n'click game which won't keep you occupied for long, but, hey, it has a cute kitten in it, and we all love cute kittens don't we? I managed to find one "good" ending, one "bad", and nothing at all I could do with the rake. I don't want to see anyone asking for a walkthrough, but would love to hear if anyone found a use for the rake [hosted at DeviantArt, found via Nitro].